Allow yourself to unwind from the chaos of the holidays and use the slower pace to imagine where you will be a year from now.
Paid leave, company culture and personal, heartfelt posts about the journey of work and motherhood stole the show on Maybrooks in 2015.
After doctors discovered a cyst in her baby’s brain, a new mom at Pinterest discovers the only question you need to ask yourself is, “Is my child happy today?” Sha Sha Chu shares her story.
Stephanie Won thought she could always “get back in” when ready but found a challenge she could never have expected. Here’s her powerful story of perseverance.
You know that incredible feeling you get when your house is clean and tidy, and everything in your life feels together and at ease? Well, what if things could be like that all the time? This book to the rescue!
A wake up call fueled Shonda Rhimes Year of Yes project — a year where she *finally* emerged from “hugging the walls” to dance it out and stand in the sun. Five things to say yes to.
Five great reads with female protagonists.
Join the Maybrooks database of companies that work for working moms, dads and families with highlights on paid maternity leave, childcare and more.
A curated look at articles we read this week as they relate to women, families and work.
5 reads from the week that we love.
Our weekly roundup of articles that caught our eye as they relate to work and parenting.
Smart articles we think you’ll love.
If you’re running your own business or thinking about it, here are five smart reads
From the week: Google’s tool for improving workplace diversity, combatting the myths of hiring working moms, Hillary Clinton’s attention to working moms and paid leave, the disappearing desk, and one mom’s battle to reclaim stolen video of her daughter
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A roundup of the articles that compelled us to laugh, cry, shout, share — even comment — this week…
A look back at the best of 2013 in articles around women and work
Wanted to share two important, must-reads for working moms, both published in the New York Times and written by Stephanie Coontz, co-chair of the Council on Contemporary Families. Her work highlights a lot of new data, to include the recent Pew study that shows women are the sole or primary breadwinner in 40% of American […]